The learning environment for staff and students is rapidly changing as more schools adopt 1:1 initiatives, become more accustomed to students bringing their own devices to school, communicate with stakeholders in new ways and use various technologies to prepare students to create, collaborate, communicate and think critically. The act of being a good digital citizen plays a key role now in how we interact with others, in and outside of school.
The Digital Driver's License allows learners, adult and student, to interact with the concepts of digital citizenship through case studies and evaluations to facilitate and certify their knowledge. School district staff can access student case data to evaluate needs and certification progress. This data will follow students from district to district as well.
Check out all the Digital Driver's License has to offer here.